An award-winning study of the relationship of humans to nature argues that humans have become so domesticated by and dependent on technology they can no longer truly relate to nature and are more prone to damage their environment. IP.
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JOHN LIVINGSTON is professor emeritus in Environmental Studies at York University. He has been president of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists and the Canadian Audubon Society (now the Canadian Nature Federation), and was a founding trustee of the Nature Conservancy of Canada. He has pursued his interest in natural history on six continents. Livingston's previous books include: Canada: A Natural History, The Fallacy of Wildlife Conservation, Arctic Oil, and One Cosmic Instant.Review:
Rogue Primate: An Exploration of Human Domestication is a provocative book wherein John Livingston challenges most conventional ideas about the relationship between humans and the natural world. -- Midwest Book Review
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